Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF5 Is World’s Fastest Autofocus Micro Four Thirds Camera

Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF5 is world’s fastest autofocus Micro Four Thirds camera
Panasonic has outlandished with the Lumix DMC-GF5, the world’s fastest autofocus Micro Four Thirds camera, capable of locking in a shot in the shortest time span of 0.09 seconds.
And a zippier eyeball isn’t the only improvement Panasonic seems to have added to the GF5’s spec sheet. Although, like the Panasonic Lumix GF3, it has a 12MP sensor, Panasonic reckons this new sensor – paired with the Venus processing engine – gives you quality equivalent to a marvel 16MP camera..! Eye-widening?! isn't it?
This camera also features AVCHD and MP4 support for movies, plus a stereo mic. Other improvements include a pronounced leather handgrip, new filters and effects, plus an overhauled user interface.

This gadget which is gonna be every photographer's desire will be available in coming May or June in a range of £450 with a standard (14-42mm) kit lens.
Launched just six months after the GF2, this time, by providing accessory port and stereo mic, Panasonic has targeted the point-and-shoot consumers. Impressive technology!

Source: Stuff TV

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